Blue Top Fire Closes McKenzie River Trail

An active fire burning in the Willamette National Forest near Blue Pool (Tamolitch Falls) has resulted in closures in the popular hiking and biking area. The McKenzie River trail will be closed between Ice Cap Creek Campground and Trail Bridge Campground. As stated this is the section of the trail the provides access to Blue Pool.

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Oregon State Parks Appreciation Day

Saturday, June 4th and Sunday, June 5th are free admission and parking days at Oregon State Parks. The Evening of June 4th is also a free camping night at all Oregon State Park campgrounds including RV hookup sites.

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White River Station Campground Closed

Many of our favorite campgrounds located in the northwest are usually situated along a river bank or body of water.  Their proximity to rivers is exactly why we like these campgrounds…

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Sticker Contest Winner Week 1

Congratulations to this week's winner of the Instagram sticker giveaway contest! @brooke0livia took this great photo of Lake Quinualt in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington. Brooke will get her choice of a set of Muddy Camper stickers.

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Sticker Giveaway Contest

Want to win 100% free Muddy Camper stickers? We are running a sticker giveaway contest on Instagram right now and it is super easy to enter. Just upload a new photo and tag us in it!

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Wildfire Season is Here

Well we knew it was coming. A drought year, abnormally high temperatures and a low snow pack have all contributed to predictions of a extremely bad fire season this year. Before you head out on your next trip you may want to look into how all of these factors will play into your travels. Below is an interactive map showing contained and active fires in both Oregon and Washington.

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Free State Parks and Fishing Day

To bring awareness and celebrate our state parks, Oregon will be offering free access to state parks on Saturday, June 6th as well as a full weekend of free fishing on the 6th and 7th. The free parks day is something Oregon has been doing since 1997 and the primary goal is to bring awareness and appreciation for our parks.

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